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Updated: All the #ICRA2020 plenary and keynote videos

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24 June 2020



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ICRA 2020, one of the main international robotics conferences, is happening online this year due to COVID-19. That means there is loads of free content you can view from home. It’s a great way to see what’s happening in the field straight from those pushing the state of the art.

Plenaries and Keynotes are being broadcast from June 1 to 15 at 1PM UTC on IEEE.TV. We’ve embedded all the talks below, and will keep updating throughout the conference. Check out the online programme for more great content, including workshops and tutorials.

Plenary Panel Chair: Wolfram Burgard Monday, June 1, 1PM UTC

Covid-19:
How Can Roboticists Help?

Ken Goldberg, UC Berkeley, Moderator

Robin Murphy, Texas A&M, USA
Brad Nelson, ETH Zurich, CH
Richard Voyles, Purdue, USA
Kris Hauser, UIUC, USA
Antonio Bicchi, I-RIM, Italian Institute of Robotics and Intelligent Machines
Andra Keay, Silicon Valley Robotics, USA

Gangtie Zheng, Tsinghua U, PRC
Ayanna Howard,
Georgia Tech, USA
Kirsten Thurow, CELISCA Rostock, Ge
Helen Grenier, ASAALT, USA
Howie Choset, CMU, USA
Guang-Zhong Yang, Shanghai Jiao Tong U, PRC

Plenaries
Lydia E. Kavraki Planning in Robotics and Beyond Tuesday June 2, 1PM UTC
Yann LeCun Self-Supervised Learning & World Models Wednesday June 3, 1PM UTC
Jean-Paul Laumond Geometry of Robot Motion: from the Rolling Car to the Rolling Man Thursday June 4, 1PM UTC

     
Keynotes
Allison Okamura Haptics for Humans in a Physically Distanced World Monday June 8, 1PM UTC
Kerstin Dautenhahn Human-Centred Social Robotics:
Autonomy, Trust and Interaction Challenges
Tuesday June 9, 1PM UTC
Pieter Abbeel Can Deep Reinforcement Learning from pixels
be made as efficient as from state?
Wednesday June 10,  1PM UTC
Jaeheung Park Compliant Whole-body Control for Real-World Interactions Thursday June 11, 1PM UTC
Cordelia Schmid Automatic Video Understanding Friday June 121PM UTC
Cyrill Stachniss Robots in the Fields:
Directions Towards Sustainable Crop Production
 Monday June 15, 1PM UTC
Toby Walsh How long before Killer Robots?  Tuesday June 16, 1PM UTC
Hajime Asama Robot Technology for Super Resilience – Remote Technology for Response to Disasters, Accidents, and Pandemic Wednesday June 17,  1PM UTC








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Sabine Hauert is President of Robohub and Associate Professor at the Bristol Robotics Laboratory
Sabine Hauert is President of Robohub and Associate Professor at the Bristol Robotics Laboratory





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